How will space impact the future of geopolitics?

The Council on Geostrategy asks seven strategic experts how space will impact the future of geopolitics following World Space Week

From Jim O’Neill to Xi Jinping: Whatever happened to BRICS?

Prof. Michael Cox analyses the contesting narratives around the 2023 BRICS summit and lessons that can be drawn from both sides

BRICS: Paper tiger or legitimate challenge?

Jason Beck looks at the challenges presented by BRICS, arguing that although limited, they should not be disregarded

How does BRICS challenge the prevailing international order?

The Council on Geostrategy asks six strategic experts to explain how BRICS challenges the prevailing international order

Why Britain should join Exercise Malabar

Robert Clark argues that as Britain further commits to the Indo-Pacific, the Royal Navy should join Exercise Malabar

Britain should develop stronger ties with a rising India

Jason Beck details the context behind India’s rising global prominence and how Britain can deepen its relationship with the South Asian nation

The Quad: Taking stock and looking forward

Prof. Ian Hall assesses the Quad’s approach to managing Indo-Pacific security challenges and the future of the group

Geopolitics in the Himalayas: Towards a British strategy

Gray Sergeant explores the geopolitics of the Himalayas in the context of the United Kingdom’s ‘tilt’ to the Indo-Pacific region

The geopolitics of the Himalayas

A map of the geopolitics of the Himalayas, including Chinese advances along the border with India and ‘stealth annexations’ of Bhutanese territory

Old allies and new partners

Dr Philip Shetler-Jones investigates the allies and partners of Global Britain in this more competitive era